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Pakistan and Bangladesh ETFs launched by Deutsche Bank db X-trackers

Deutsche Bank has launched on Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) the first ever ETFs to be linked to Pakistan and Bangladesh, the MSCI Pakistan Investable Market Index, and the MSCI Bangladesh Investable Market Index. Another two ETFs linked to the MSCI Singapore Investable Market Index and the MSCI Asia Pacific Ex Japan Index were also launched […]

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The Dangers of Synthetic ETFs

Any serious buyer of Exchange Traded Funds (ETF) should know the difference between ETFs that employ a cash-based replication strategy, compared to one that is swap-based (or synthetic replication). How a swap-based ETF works is that instead of investing into the underlying market, the ETF will hold some other securities and then enter into a […]

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Gold SGD Hedged Exchange Traded Commodities and its Risks

db-X ETC (Exchange Traded Commodity) has listed the World’s first Gold ETC hedged in SGD on the London Stock Exchange. As the product is hedged in SGD, an investor will be able to get exposure to any full potential upside (or downside) in percentage terms of the underlying gold (net of fees). If you are […]

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Deutsche Bank Loses German Court Case Over Investor Losses

Germany’s highest court has ruled that Deutsche Bank didn’t sufficiently disclose the risks associated with interest rate swaps when selling them to customers. The court rejected the bank’s argument that even a high school graduate could calculate the formula of the swap. According to the court, it wasn’t sufficient to explain the steps of the […]

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Apple Warrants on SGX

Deutsche Bank has listed the first Apple Call Warrant in Singapore. This call warrant allows investors to take a long exposure to the price of Apply shares. Counter name : Apple DB ECW110718 Strike price : US$400 Expiry : 18th July 2011 Entitlement Ratio : 50 At the time of posting, the price of Apply […]

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